Category Archives: Training

Talent and the Liberal Arts

July 31, 2016   

As the summer winds down and the school year looms, it is not just employers but also parents and college-age students who are thinking about the relationship between education and job training. While liberal arts degrees have long existed and at times been considered the best start for people working across sectors, harsh economic times, […]

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The Value of Training Part-time Employees

May 1, 2016   

A recent report in the Wall Street Journal found that at least some companies that traditionally hired high numbers of part-time workers, including retailers and fast-food outlets, are focusing on full-time hires instead. Bucking broader hiring trends that continue to see more part-time, temporary and contingent workers across sectors nationwide, these companies are reassessing the […]

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After Fracking, Young Workers Struggle

May 1, 2016   

It seemed like only yesterday that anyone could land a high-paying job in the energy sector. Indeed, between 2010 and 2013 as fracking increased, some communities in oil-rich regions even started to see rising high school drop out rates as young men abandoned their studies to obtain entry-level positions with attractive $50,000 to $75,000 salaries […]

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Taking the Off-Ramp: A Guide to Offboarding Exiting Employees

April 4, 2016   

You probably already have an onboarding strategy in place. It likely involves employee training, perhaps some mentorship opportunities, and general ways to help employees feel welcome and help them learn about your corporate culture.

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Is a Virtual Internship a Good Idea for Your Business?

March 18, 2016   

What is a Virtual Internship? If you’re a forward-thinking company who’s always looking for new and interesting components to add to your talent management strategy, why not a virtual internship?

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Exploring How Mergers Impact Employees, and Tips to Help Them Navigate

March 18, 2016   

Mergers and acquisitions can strike fear in the heart of employees. If you’re a fan of the show Mad Men, you’ll remember the sense of anxiety that hit the fictional Sterling Cooper Agency when word spread a London-based advertising firm was buying them. That feeling of panic once again hit the employees when yet another […]

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What It’s Like to Work at McKinsey & Company

December 7, 2015   

One of the many elements of creating a great talent management strategy is looking at how the best are doing things. According to Entrepreneur.com, McKinsey & Company is one of those leaders, as they made the list of the Top 10 Companies to Work for in 2015.

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In the Face of a Changing Workplace, How Can You Connect With and Appreciate Remote Employees?

December 7, 2015   

Remote employees are no longer an anomaly—they’re becoming more of the norm not just in the U.S., but the world, and while the advantages of these employees can be tremendous, talent management leaders are looking at how to ensure they’re well-trained, part of the company culture, and appreciated.

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Spotlight On: What It’s Like to Work at Netflix

November 11, 2015   

Netflix has revolutionized the way people watch TV and movies. This on-demand streaming media service is available throughout the globe, and it now has more 69 million subscribers, with 43 million of those being in the U.S. Netflix has been so successful it’s also launched its own original programming line-up including the highly popular House […]

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Spotlight On The 2015 Holiday Season and How to Hire

October 23, 2015   

While the average person may barely even be considering the holidays right now, for businesses that need to hire seasonal employees the time is now.

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